Labour will re-introduce otters and beavers at key sites in West Cheshire
Labour will re-introduce otters and beavers at key sites in West Cheshire

Environmental protection for future generations

  • Create the best waste collection and recycling service in the country
  • Support local renewable energy projects to increase energy security
  • Retrofit homes to reduce energy bills and energy consumption
  • Large scale de-carbonisation of industry and transportation
  • Greater protection for animals, wildlife and green spaces

Our vision

We are one of the worst areas in the country for carbon emissions and to resolve this we need to work with industry and de-carbonise at a scale and pace that will set the standard across the globe. Part of this plan must be to trap carbon and last year we planted over 46,000 trees. We also need to support communities to think about local energy generation and last year we secured £2.5 million of funding to insulate the borough’s most energy inefficient homes.

Supporting active travel and encouraging walking through the greening of transport corridors is also important, as well as thinking about how we use land. We are already implementing our plans to keep 30% of our land for nature by 2030 and preparing for more local food production.

Healthy people and a healthy environment go hand in hand. We’re committed to minimising waste, improving air quality, supporting wildlife and reducing energy consumption. That’s why a vote for Labour is a vote for HOPE on Thursday 4th May.

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